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Necklace chain.

matthias00matthias00 Registered User regular
edited December 2006 in Help / Advice Forum
So I'm looking to make a sort of necklace for a christmas present. I need to get a chain, I have the necklace part already.

How much would this cost, where would I go, and how long of a chain should I get?

Thanks.

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    UncleChetUncleChet N00b Lancaster, PARegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    back in the day there were gold and jewelry kiosks in the malls where you could buy chains cut to any length. Not sure if they still exist but I'd hit the mall to see for sure. For a lady, I think 18-22" would be the best bet. It'll drape to close to the breast area without being Too long.

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    CorvusCorvus . VancouverRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Length really depends on where you want the thing to hang. You could try cutting a piece of string and putting the pendant or whatever on it and seeing which length works. You ought to be able to do this on yourself unless theres some freakish neck diameter difference between you and the person you're giving it to.

    Cost will depend on material, and length. Any jewelery store or Department store jewelery dept. should be able to hook you up.

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    Aoi TsukiAoi Tsuki Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Depends on what you want to hang on it. Stone? Choker-y beads? Cool little knickknack? Nuclear device? Figure out the length and color of what you want, then head to a Michael's or Hobby Lobby. They have skillions of craft items, including plenty of jewelry chains.

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